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Israeli third sector

between welfare state and civil society
  • 216 Pages
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Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers , New York
Nonprofit organizations -- Israel, Welfare state -- Israel, Civil society -- I
StatementBenjamin Gidron, Michal Bar, Hagai Katz.
SeriesNonprofit and civil society studies
ContributionsBar, Mikhal., Kats, Hagai.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD2769.2.I75 G54 2004, HD2769.2.I75 G54 2004
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 216 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18213645M
ISBN 10030648028X, 0306480298
LC Control Number2003061965

This book is an outcome of the analysis of data collected from two main sources:The Hopkins Project and the Israeli Third Sector Database recently developed by the Israeli Center forThird Sector Researchat Ben Gurion University of the Negev in Beer-Sheva.

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This book is an outcome of the analysis of data collected from two main sources:The Hopkins Project and the Israeli Third Sector Database recently developed by the Israeli Center forThird Sector Researchat Ben Gurion University of the Negev in Beer-Sheva. Originally part of an international study involving 40 countries in Europe, Asia, Latin.

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This book presents the economic, historical, legal and policy dimensions of the Nonprofit Sector in Israel with a focus on its contribution to the Welfare State and civil by: 2. The Israeli public’s renewed interest in the third sector Israeli third sector book reflected in a headline article about two accomplished generals who retired from the Israeli Defense Forces and decided to forego.

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Hagai Katz Publication Year: The book is published by Kluwer Academic / Plenum Publishers and is available on the net bookshops. ICTR is selling only the Hebrew version of.

Abstract. Analyzing the Israeli third sector from an historical perspective entails several challenges. First, as we have described in previous chapters, the concept of a “third sector” is relatively new in : Benjamin Gidron, Michal Bar, Hagai Katz.

The Israeli context provides researchers and stakeholders interested in the health sector with a suitable arena for studying and analyzing health system structures and patterns specifically, and.

The Economic Scale of the Third Sector in Israel The share of the Third Sector in Israel’s economy has been increasing continuously since the s.

The annual current expenditure of the Third sector in amounted to 65 billion NIS (Approx. $14 billions), a sum which is equivalent to % of Israel’s GDP.

ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Ch. Introduction --Ch. two faces of the Israeli third sector book third sector --a quantitative profile --Ch. policy environment of the third sector in Israel --Ch. ical development of the third sector --continuity and change --Ch.

Get this from a library. The Israeli Third Sector: Between Welfare State and Civil Society. [Benjamin Gidron; Michal Bar; Hagai Katz] -- The book presents the economic, historical, legal and policy dimensions of the Sector with a focus on its contribution to the Welfare State and civil society.

It then analyzes those findings in the. Defining the Third Sector 3 Orientation of the Book 5 Theoretical Frameworks 7 Organization of this Book 11 Chapter 2 • The Two Faces of the Israeli Third Sector—A Quantitative Profile 13 The Third Sector Approach: The Third Sector in Israel's Economy 13 The Civil Society Approach: Third Sector Organizations in Israel Last but not least, Israeli professionals in the third sector could develop an approach to the professionalization of those who work in voluntary organizations based on the experience of the Americans working in the voluntary sector in the United States.

Zunz’s book not only documents the historical development of philanthropy. The third government of Israel was formed by David Ben-Gurion on 8 Octobermore than two months after the Mapai party formed a coalition with Mizrachi, Hapoel HaMizrachi, Agudat Yisrael, Poalei Agudat Yisrael and the three Israeli Arab parties, the Democratic List for Israeli Arabs, Progress and Work and Agriculture and Development.

Head of government: David Ben-Gurion. ISRAELI CENTER FOR THIRD SECTOR RESEARCH Save the date: Ben-Gurion University ICTR‘s 11th Annual Conference, Ma Between Self and Government Regulation One of the most important current issues on the third sector agenda both globally and in Israel is the issue of State regulation and the sector’s ability to undertake.

This book helps move thinking about the third sector beyond traditional nonprofits centered on education, health care, and charity, and into the realm of often smaller, dynamic organizations that engage in collective entrepreneurship. Throughout, Gunn illustrates how organizations founded with little in the way of financial resources have made.

Springer Book Series The Israeli Third Sector Between Welfare State and Civil Society. Series: Nonprofit and Civil Society Studies. Gidron, Benjamin, Bar, Michal, International Society for Third-Sector Research Smith Avenue McAuley Hall, Suite Baltimore, MD Israel has had an unusual experience as both a recipient of foreign aid and as a donor country.

Although it is small in area and population, it has developed the political, economic, and military capacities of a middle-range power.

It has thus been able to offer expertise to others while it has continued to develop at a rapid pace. In terms of location and ethnic background of the majority of 4/5(1).

The economy of Israel is a highly advanced free-market, primarily knowledge-based economy. Israel ranks 22 on the latest report of the UN's Human Development Index, which places it in the category of "Very Highly Developed", allowing the country to enjoy a higher standard of living than many other Western prosperity of Israel's advanced economy allows the country to have a Country group: Developed/Advanced, High-income.

In early August, NP Tech launched Guidestar Israel. It took almost five years to make GuideStar Israel a reality, and it is an incredible resource for Israeli nonprofit organization.

The GuideStar project was established as an unique cooperative venture by the Ministry of Justice, JDC-Israel, and Yad Hanadiv with the objective of developing civil society [ ].

5 Third Sector Involvement in Public Education 4. Third Sector and Public Education in Israel The State of Israel was founded on a welfare model that combined economic principles and a social justice agenda, so that the state was committed to providing social services to its citizens (Yonah et al., ).

In the mids, shortly after the.

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Inevitably such success is shot through with hyperbole but it rests on very solid and tangible numbers. $ billion is one of them, representing the biggest high-tech business deal in.

NP Tech, the Israeli organization designed to make technology more accessible to social organizations in Israel, recently launched GuideStar Israel. In this interview, Royi Biller, CEO of NP Tech, talks about the technology needs of Israeli nonprofit organizations, why it is important to have a GuideStar Israel, and the launch of TechSoup Global in late Skip to main content.

Search. Binyan Hamosadot Haleumiyim, Rehavia, Jerusalem. Photo: Neta. My business partner recently returned to the U.S. after five years of living. In ten chapters written expressly for this book, international experts in economics, political science, sociology, and social welfare examine the position of the third sector vis-a-vis government in European countries and Israel, revealing the growing interdependence of the public and voluntary sectors.

The conventional wisdom assumes a basic conflict between the voluntary sector and the state.

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